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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Zambeef Products Plc LSE:ZAM London Ordinary Share ZM0000000201 ORD ZMW0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.25 -3.08% 7.875 7.75 8.00 8.125 7.875 8.13 147,039 12:06:23
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Food Producers 185.5 29.9 -1.6 - 20

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
01/10/2015
22:40
early in year there was a seller which the directors took them out at 10p when the share price was 9p, fast forward 9 month on, the company making good progress but it is up against many factors that it can't control, mainly local currency devaluation (-48% vs USD) and now the local economy crisis lead by Glencore and mining in general.no work no money means less food to buy and that's will hit at some pointsurprisingly the rns stated that full year in USD will be in line with market consensus wiping out the positives of margin and business growth.finnCap cut target price to 20p from 24p, and similarly the price down from 12p to 10p, and it needs to hold on this crucial point, at least technicallyhappy to buy cheaper if/when the opportunity present itself, no rush though
paul the octopus
01/10/2015
12:56
Univestable for me now that Mopani the 2nd largest employer has suspended ops. Please dyor: Glencore Plc’s record slump is dragging Zambia’s economy deeper into crisis as thousands of job cuts loom at one of the nation’s biggest copper mines. Zambia’s kwacha fell as much as 16 percent on Monday to a low of 12.69 against the dollar on the same day that Glencore’s stock fell 29 percent. The company, which already announced plans to suspend operations in the country, owns more than 70 percent of Mopani Copper Mines, the largest employer after the government that produces 26 percent of the nation’s output of the metal. hTtp://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2015-09-29/glencore-collapse-drags-down-zambia-as-mining-job-cuts-loom
aishah
01/10/2015
12:41
What will turn the kwacha vs dollar though boys ?I completely agree by the way
value viper
01/10/2015
12:34
indeed, the Kwacha need to hold against the USD, and ZAM needs to hold on the 10p
paul the octopus
01/10/2015
00:31
Revenue us down due to exchange rates. Profits meeting expectations, due to better than expected margins. This for me is a positive - always good to see when companies are able to get more efficient and squeeze out more margin from revenues.When the kwacha currency strengthens against the USD, watch this share surge due to big earning upgrades because of revenue growth (in USD) and operating margin growth.
boonkoh
30/9/2015
13:52
Surprised it didn't get hit harder on the back of this update.
salpara111
04/9/2015
19:17
Http://www.howwemadeitinafrica.com/look-to-regional-markets-urges-zambeef-boss/51628/ Look to regional markets, urges Zambeef boss By Staff Writer on '4 September 2015' Zambia’s farmers have the capacity to become leading players in the regional marketplace and the agriculture sector is the envy of many countries in Africa, according to Zambeef Products joint-CEO Carl Irwin. Cont...
tenapen
01/9/2015
16:06
CHICKEN JOINT VENTURE WITH RCL FOODS OF SOUTH AFRICA GOING WELL..... Zam Chick ("Zam Chick") Zam Chick exceeded expectations with strong volume growth driven by consumer demand. We are striving to make chicken more affordable to people in Zambia and to this end we were able to keep price increases below inflation. Equity accounted earnings increased a pleasing 41,1% versus the prior year despite the rand strengthening against the Zambian Kwacha during the year by 6,0%. Volume growth is expected to remain strong in 2016.
grollfam
10/8/2015
19:01
think we have a breakout on the charts 22p next resistance level ....
grollfam
06/8/2015
10:26
Get ypur BEEF lol !!!!!! lol !!!!!!
hvs
06/8/2015
10:14
TODAYS SHARE MAGAZINE Tuck into Zambeef African agri-business should interest deep value seekers Deep value investors might munch on unloved agri-business Zambeef Products (ZAM:AIM), a long-term play on rising protein consumption across Africa. Trading at a 67% discount to estimated net asset value of £118.76 million or 47.9p per share
grollfam
30/7/2015
14:24
I don't do Twitter! For the long term I rate this business, and judging by the shareholders register so do a number of highly regarded institutions! JB9
julesb9
30/7/2015
11:05
am an old fan here, check out @zOctopuz on twitter to see the posts on ZAM from 11.25p till where it is now, and yet more to go for
paul the octopus
29/7/2015
14:08
Paul, hope you have grabbed more stock with all 8 tentacles....
grollfam
29/7/2015
13:29
just make sure you load before it rocks, let's see broker targets being achieved...
paul the octopus
13/7/2015
12:46
mmmmmm, a bit of a break out on the charts.....
grollfam
07/7/2015
17:38
Well what do you know !. ZAM rocks
tenapen
06/7/2015
10:19
MMs playing about with the price which i dont *think* is down to the actual buys and sells. Was negative now positive and rising. Looking good.
morkandmindy
03/7/2015
15:14
ZESCO to Import Power hxxps://www.daily-mail.co.zm/?p=35241
bobdouthwaite
03/7/2015
12:42
Zambian dollar bonds fell, driving yields to an all-time high, after a credit-rating downgrade by Standard & Poor’s cast doubt over the government’s plans to sell its third Eurobond. Yields on the southern African country’s $1 billion of debt due April 2024 climbed for a fifth day after S&P cut its assessment one step to B, five levels below investment grade and the lowest since S&P coverage started in March 2011. The slide in prices deepened losses for Zambian dollar notes, the worst performers last month among 58 emerging markets monitored by Bloomberg A weakening currency may also add to the nation’s debt burden. Fitch Ratings warned on June 29 that interest payments on debt may surge to 17 percent of government revenue this year, up from 8 percent in 2012. Fitch rates Zambian debt at B, the same as S&P. Moody’s Investors Service has an assessment one level higher at B1. If authorities go ahead with the Eurobond plans, Zambia’s debt burden will increase to about 50 percent of GDP, S&P said. “The vulnerability of the kwacha is a major issue on this front as a greater external debt load will mean currency risks become much more acute,” Gareth Brickman, an analyst at ETM Analytics in Johannesburg, said in a note to clients.
grollfam
30/6/2015
21:19
Im trying to understand post number 423 regarding the options. I admit i am a newbie when it comes to understanding options hence needing the clarification but to me these options seem a good thing? They don't look "free" at all. The options are available at 4 levels. The 1st level to reach which opens up 25% of the 15p options is when the price hits 40p. How can that not be a good? If i was a director i would do everything in my powers now to get the company going forwards. Again, im just trying to understand. I await your reply.
morkandmindy
24/6/2015
14:11
http://touch.investing.com/analysis/zambeef-products-256074
paul the octopus
24/6/2015
12:41
Hi Kata. If you read the twitter link in the header ( 2nd one down ) you will see a link to a report released yesterday by Edison. It reads well and they have a fair value of between 17p & 30p.
tenapen
23/6/2015
20:35
Small volumes
grollfam
23/6/2015
16:47
Anyone know why this has shot up by 10% today...? Very untypical for a usually moribund stock. Takeover rumours or what?
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